Julia Argentieri and Derek Franklin author “Illinois Expands Unpaid Bereavement Leave,” published by SHRM.
Archives for June 23, 2022
The 50th anniversary of Title IX provides elementary, secondary, and postsecondary institutions an opportunity to reflect on the impact of and future developments stemming from the law.
The proposed rules would prohibit discrimination based on gender identity, among other things; they set up a clash with state lawmakers and conservative groups.
The 40 million Americans who’ve rented out their services to platforms like Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash may be canaries in the coal mine of the new world of work.
Job seekers are re-evaluating what they are looking for at work, and one big shift they are adamant about is keeping the flexibility they benefited from during the pandemic.
Regular readers of this column may remember a letter last summer from a female teenage lifeguard who discovered that she was being paid less per hour than same-age male lifeguards with the same experience, in possible violation of federal anti-discrimination laws.
No one likes disruption, but everyone loves new opportunities.
The pandemic has indelibly shaped the way we do business, and we may never go back to the way we functioned before it.
During her 14-year tenure at New York-based house of modern luxury lifestyle brands Tapestry Inc., Global Human Resources Officer Sarah Dunn has helped the company navigate tremendous cultural and societal change.
The only thing that should matter when you apply for a job is your ability to do the job. Your race, gender, religion, national origin, or age shouldn’t matter. Neither should your sexual orientation, so why is DoorDash asking applicants to share their sexual orientations as part of the job application process?
On March 24, 2022, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit reversed a district court’s Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6) dismissal for failure to state a claim on a pro se plaintiff’s hostile work environment claim in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of
In this episode, Jen welcomes fellow employment law attorney Tim Del Castillo for a discussion of the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Viking River Cruises, Inc. v. Moriana regarding including waivers of PAGA claims in arbitration agreements.
Employers doing PERM cases need to be on the lookout for local laws that require salary transparency in recruitment ads. Pursuant to the Department of Labor’s PERM regulations, recruitment advertisements must include only the name of the employer, the job location, directions on how to apply for the position, and
Most unproductive behaviors at work are one form or another of the three classic fear responses: fight, flight, and freeze.
The pandemic has changed the workplace forever. Here’s how you can thrive in the next normal.